Grenoble Vacations

At the crossroads of the Drac and Isère rivers, Grenoble is a city known for research and science, hosting universities and centers for nanotechnology, and also skiiing, a popular winter pastime. The downtown area contrasts modern and medieval aesthetics, while the many restaurants and cafes offer opportunities try regional specialties …

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Things to see and do in Grenoble

Bob Schafer | Trip by SkyscannerFrench Alps
French Alps
Rafael Rapp | Trip by SkyscannerTéléphérique Grenoble Bastille
Téléphérique Grenoble Bastille
Rafael Rapp | Trip by SkyscannerFort de la Bastille
Fort de la Bastille
Caroline Carlos | Trip by SkyscannerPlace Victor Hugo
Place Victor Hugo
dalbera | FlickrMusée de la Résistance et de la Déportation
Musée de la Résistance et de la Déportation
pedrosimoes7 | FlickrMuseum of Grenoble
Museum of Grenoble
Mauro Drago | Trip by SkyscannerGrenoble And The French alps
Grenoble And The French alps
Richard Azia | Trip by SkyscannerVia Ferrata du Diable
Via Ferrata du Diable
akunamatata | FlickrParc Naturel Regional du Vercors
Parc Naturel Regional du Vercors

Reviews of Grenoble

Allie Bollella
Allie BollellaBerkeley, California, USA

I lived here for two years when I was in middle school and loved this city so much. I was recently going through old dairies and remembered a lot about this city and wanted to share it with you all! It's a relatively small city caught between the fast paced northern cities and relaxed south. It's also not particularly a tourist destination but if you are stopping in Lyon to head south or passing through to get to Chamonix you should consider checking out Grenoble. Plenty to do in the city from historical museums to WW2 monuments to amazing eats, after a few days here you'll get a good sense of French culture outside Paris.

Luke Hornof
Luke HornofBerkeley, California, USA

I liked the food (Alpine), the people, and the city. Scenic.

Anna Brambilla
Anna Brambilla

Sergei Burkov
Sergei BurkovPalo Alto

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